References

GAO (General Accounting Office). 1997. Gulf War Illnesses: Improved Monitoring of Clinical Progress and Reexamination of Research Emphasis Are Needed. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

Gray GC, Coate BD, Anderson CM, Kang HK, Berg SW, Wignall FS, Knoke JD, Barrett-Connor E. 1996. The postwar hospitalization experience of U.S. veterans of the Persian Gulf War. New England Journal of Medicine 355(20):1505–1513.


Holberg A. 1980. Sex and occupational differences in hospitalization rates among Navy enlisted personnel. Journal of Occupational Medicine 22:685–690.


Iowa Persian Gulf Study Group. 1997. Self-reported illness and health status among Gulf War veterans: A population-based study. Journal of the American Medical Association 277(3):238–245.


Kang HK Bullman MS. 1996. Mortality among U.S. veterans of the Persian Gulf War. New England Journal Medicine 355(20):1498–1504.

Kang HK, Dalager N, Lee KY. 1997. 52,835 Veterans on the Original Department of Veterans Affairs Persian Gulf Registry. Washington, D.C.: Department of Veterans Affairs.


U.S. House of Representatives. 1997. Appropriations Committee Report 105–175. Washington, D.C.: U.S. House of Representatives.



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